Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green has not lost an ounce of confidence that his team is going to the NBA Finals for the fourth straight season. 

Following last night's Game 5 loss to the Rockets, in which Green fumbled away a pass from Curry in the final seconds that sealed the Warriors' fate, he told reporters that the defending champs will be back at the Toyota Center for a Game 7.

"We'll be back here for Game 7," Green told ESPN.com's Chris Haynes.

"We still winning this," Draymond told Marcus Thompson of The Athletic. "Book it."

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was also "extremely confident" after the 98-94 loss.

"I feel great about where we are right now," Kerr said, per ESPN. "That may sound crazy, but I feel it. I know exactly what I'm seeing out there, and we defended them beautifully tonight. We got everything we needed. Just too many turnovers, too many reaches, and if we settle down a little bit, we're going to be in really good shape."

"We're right there. We found some things tonight that worked for us. I'm extremely confident that we're going to take care of business, and we've just got to be a little sharper."

The Warriors now trail in the Western Conference Finals 3-2, the first time that they've been behind in a postseason series since losing Game 7 of the 2016 NBA Finals against the Cleveland Cavaliers. 

Game 6 is scheduled to tipoff at Oracle Arena on Saturday night at 9:00pm ET.